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Australia v.s. Canada

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Transcript of Australia v.s. Canada

By: Aman Singh GO8
Australia v.s. Canada

Australia
Canada
Physical Environment
Australia has many coastal beaches.
Physical Environment
Canada has many mountainous regions and grasslands.
Physical Environment
Both countries are surrounded by large bodies of water.
Weather and Climate
Australia's climate is unpredictable due to its size.
Weather and Climate
Canada is often associated with cold weather and snow, but in reality, its climate is very diverse. However, Canada is colder than most countries in the Winter.
Natural Resources and Major Industries
Australia is the second largest gold, alumina, and lithium producer. Australia also specializes in the mining and fishing industry.
Natural Resources and Major Industries
Canada's natural resources are nickel, gold, and zinc. Canada is among one of the largest energy producers. Canada also specializes in the forestry, mining, and fishing industry.
The Cost of Living and Housing
Australia tops the charts as one of the most expensive countries to live in. Housing in Australia is also quite expensive because houses are getting more expensive every year.
The Cost of Living and Housing
Some household spending surveys estimate that the average family will spend $55 000- $65 000 per year in Canada. The cost of housing in Canada also varies on the location and whether it is a house or an apartment.
Safety
Canada and Australia are both among the most peaceful countries in the world. From 2013-2014 in both countries there was a decrease of murder, kidnapping/abduction, and unlawful entry.
Health Services
Health services in both countries are affordable, and accessible. Key health care services in these countries include family services, children's services, disability programmes, mediacare, and emergency services for people in crisis.
Education
Education in Australia is known to be of a very high standard. Schooling is compulsory from ages five to fifteen and is the responsibility of state governments.
Education

In Canada, education programs start in kindergarten (age 5) or grade one (age 6) and go to grade twelve ( 17 or 18). There are also many prestigious universities in Canada such as University of Toronto, McGill University, University of British Columbia, and McMaster University.
Employment
The amount of casual employees from 1992 to 1996 has increased. The amount of part-time employees almost doubled between 1979 and 2009.
Employment
Canada's unemployment rate increased to 7% in August of 2015.
Transportation

Both of these countries have many highways to support their cars and other automobiles. Both of these countries also use public transportation.
Food
Some iconic Australian foods include Pavlova, Damper, and ANZAC biscuits.
Food
Some iconic Canadian foods include baked beans( beans cooked with maple syrup), and of course poutine.
Pollution and Technology
Both of these countries are suffering from air and water pollution because of all of the automobiles and oil spills.

Technology-wise, these countries along with the rest of the world have become very advanced. These countries have updated their phones, computers, televisions, and their programs on these devices.
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